The philanthropic arm of Subaru of Indiana Automotive in Lafayette is awarding more than $100,000 in grants to 11 Hoosier nonprofits. The SIA Foundation says the funding will support arts and culture, health and welfare, and education projects.
The grants were awarded to organizations in Boone, Cass, Harrison, Howard, Jackson, St. Joseph and Tippecanoe counties.
The recipients include:
- Boys & Girls Club of Seymour (Jackson County) – $13,710.00 – Tween Center
- East Tipp Middle School (Tippecanoe County) – $8,578.00 – Laser cutter/engraver, air filter and workbench
- Emmaus Mission Center (Cass County) – $13,860.00 – Bed frames, mattresses and clothing chests
- Harrison County Community Services (Harrison County) – $6,294.00 – Freezers
- Lafayette Jefferson High School (Tippecanoe County) – $10,690.62 – Industrial tools and construction curriculum equipment
- Riggs Community Health Center (Tippecanoe County) – $10,146.28 – Vaccine transport system
- Senior Citizens Inc. Lebanon (Boone County) – $10,811.32 – Energy efficient doors and attic insulation
- Studebaker National Museum (St. Joseph County) – $3,202.10 – STEM activity station
- Wea Ridge Elementary School (Tippecanoe County) – $1,240.30 – Little Libraries
- Western School Corp. (Howard County) – $13,112.65 – Percussion equipment
- West Lafayette Fire Department (Tippecanoe County) – $10,095.00– Inflatable fire education house
The SIA Foundation was established in 1997. Since that time, the foundation has awarded more than $2.8 million in capital grants to nonprofits throughout the state.